Events for August 19 – August 27, 2021 – See Plymouth Massachusetts

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Throughout Plymouth County, and no matter your interest, you will find what you are looking for. The events we choose define our lives and feed our souls. The town and county of Plymouth offers events that lead straight to what moves you. Sit back, put up your feet, and plan your itinerary for a time well spent.

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Three Cemeteries Walking Tour In Concord

Concord Visitor Center 58 Main Street, Concord, MA

Fridays & Saturdays in October - Hear the voices of the silent stones in Concord’s cemeteries on this 90-minute tour.  Scenic, wooded Sleepy Hollow is the most famous, with highlights including the magnificent Melvin Memorial and the graves of Concord’s literary giants:  Alcott, Emerson, Hawthorne, and Thoreau.  The Hill Burying Ground and the South Burying...

Moonrise Cinema: Coco (2017)-G & Watch the Red Sox LIVE!

Moonrise Cinemas 428 Court Street, Plymouth, MA

In this vibrant tale of family, fun and adventure, aspiring young musician named Miguel embarks on an extraordinary journey to the magical land of his ancestors. There, the charming trickster Hector becomes an unexpected friend who helps Miguel uncover the mysteries behind his family’s stories and traditions. NOTE: Watch the Red Sox LIVE at Moonrise! The...

Rails & Ales Beer Tasting Train

Cape Cod Central Railroad 252 Main Street, Hyannis, MA

The Cape Cod Central Railroad and Buzzards Bay Brewing Company are bringing you this one-of-a-kind event. Each 6-ounce beer serving will be expertly paired with an appetizer created especially for this event by the railroad’s chef. Food pairings will emphasize local ingredients to match the local beers. Brewers will be on board to educate passengers...

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The Vintner’s Experience & Tour & Tasting @ 1620 Winery

1620 Winery at Cordage Park 55 Cordage Park Circle, Plymouth, MA

The Vintner's Experience at the 1620 Winery at Cordage Park is a combination Tour and Tasting for wine lovers and those who are just curious about the process of winemaking. Join the Winemaker himself at our 5 Star Winery Tour + Tastings monthly at the 1620 Winery at Cordage Park! This is a very fun...

Cheryl Wheeler at the Spire Center for Performing Arts

Spire Center for the Performing Arts 25 1/2 Court Street, Plymouth, MA

Cheryl Wheeler is known for her gifted songwriting, beautiful voice, and entertaining stage presence. From other people’s comments about her, you learn that she is a natural storyteller with a fantastic sense of humor. But until you see her in person, you'll never really believe what you’ve been told about her. Interestingly enough, almost half...

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Learn to Kayak on Jacobs Pond

Jacobs Pond Parking/Dock 345 Main Street, Norwell, MA

Join North & South River Watershed Association as we explore Jacobs Pond on kayaks. Saturday, October 16 or 23. Ages 16 and up. Register through Norwell Recreation Department. All skill levels welcome! Morning, 10am-12pm or afternoon sessions 1pm-3pm available. $35 per person. Register Here.

The Ukulele Show

Plymouth Public Library 132 South Street, Plymouth, MA

Join us for The Ukulele Show with David Maloof! David will demonstrate and explain ukulele types, history, construction, sizes and tunings, as well as the basics of playing them (strumming and forming chords), while you enjoy songs (children’s, pop, Beatles, country, rock ’n’ roll, and more) sung and played onukuleles of various sizes and sounds....

Weaving as Meditation (virtual)

Fuller Craft Museum 455 Oak Street, Brockton, MA

Weaving on a handloom is joyful, gratifying, and contemplative; it is an ideal antidote to the hustle of our busy lives. If you are searching for a way to reconnect with your inner self and slow your pace, my ‘Weaving as Meditation’ workshop is the perfect place to start. I look forward to working with...

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Three Cemeteries Walking Tour In Concord

Concord Visitor Center 58 Main Street, Concord, MA

Fridays & Saturdays in October - Hear the voices of the silent stones in Concord’s cemeteries on this 90-minute tour.  Scenic, wooded Sleepy Hollow is the most famous, with highlights including the magnificent Melvin Memorial and the graves of Concord’s literary giants:  Alcott, Emerson, Hawthorne, and Thoreau.  The Hill Burying Ground and the South Burying...

Davy Knowles at the Spire Center

Spire Center for the Performing Arts 25 1/2 Court Street, Plymouth, MA

Knowles first burst onto the scene in 2007 with his band ‘Back Door Slam’, garnering rave reviews, national US television appearances (Jimmy Kimmel Live, Good Morning America), extensive triple-A radio airplay, and two top 5 Billboard Blues charting albums.  Since then, Knowles has independently released two more studio albums, 2014’s ‘The Outsider’ and 2016’s ‘Three Miles From Avalon’,...

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Jazz Brunch Train

Cape Cod Central Railroad 252 Main Street, Hyannis, MA

The fun starts at the station where saxophonist John Shaw will entertain you prior to departure. Once onboard, a talented and seasoned jazz trio will delight you with their enjoyable sound, as they play both upbeat and familiar jazzy standards like “Take the A Train”, “Caravan”, and “The Girl from Ipanema”. The “Vibes” uniquely emotional...

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Mayflower Beer Garden & Pop-Up Shop at The Pinehills Village Green

The Pinehills 33 Summerhouse Drive, Plymouth, MA

Come celebrate Octobeer with us! We are so excited to have the Mayflower Beer Garden back at The Pinehills. What better way to spend a leisurely fall Sunday than enjoying a sunny “second summer” day or cozying up to the firepit, visiting with friends and family, and sipping one of the favorite brews here in America’s...

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Indigenous People of Concord Walking Tour

Concord Visitor Center 58 Main Street, Concord, MA

This 75 minute tour looks at the over 10,000 year history of native people in Concord (Musketaquid). The walk will examine how native people lived by the 3 rivers of Concord (Musketaquid) and what happened when two cultures collided after European fur traders came and then English settlers in 1635. Can't make it on Saturday?...